A selection of pictures from the night Queen of the South were crowned Scottish Second Division champions, after beating Brechin 6-0.
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The Scottish First Division fixtures have been announced for the 2013/2014 season.
Below you can see the Queen of the South fixtures for the first two weekends of the campaign, Boxing Day and January 2nd matches and the final match of the season.
- Saturday, 10th August, 2013- Queen of the South v. Dundee
- Saturday, 17th August, 2013- Livingston v. Queen of the South
- Thursday, 26th December, 2013- Queen of the South v. Livingston
- Thursday, 2nd January, 2014- Hamilton v. Queen of the South
- Saturday, 3rd May, 2014- Cowdenbeath v. Queen of the South
The League One fixtures have been announced for the 2013/2014 season.
Below you can see the Carlisle United fixtures for the first two weekends of the campaign, Boxing Day and January 1st matches and the final match of the season.
- Saturday, August 3rd, 2013- Carlisle United v. Leyton Orient
- Saturday, August 10th, 2013- Bradford City v. Carlisle United
- Thursday, December 26th, 2013- Carlisle United v. Preston North End
- Wednesday, January 1st, 2014- Crewe Alexandra v. Carlisle United
- Saturday, May 3rd, 2014- Wolverhampton Wanderers v. Carlisle United
Carlisle United Manager Greg Abbot has signed a new one-year contract to stay at Brunton Park.
The 49-year-old joined the playing staff as first team and reserve team coach in July 2006 and is currently the football league's fourth longest serving manager.
Assistant manager Graham Kavanagh and first team coach Tony Caig have also agreed new one year contracts to continue in their current roles at the club.
The managing director of the club, John Nixon said:
“We’re now in a position to move on with the important task of getting the club ready, at all levels, for the season ahead.”
Carlisle United manager Greg Abbot says he is on the verge of signing a new contact to keep him at Brunton Park.
Mr Abbott is currently the football league's fourth longest serving manager and expects to put pen to paper by the end of the week.
He says he is already getting on with preparing a squad for next season:
Workington Reds has denied that it is a club in crisis after three boardroom directors stepped down with no-one to replace them.
It has left the football club in need of a new board and new backers if it is to survive.
Andy Burn has the full report:
The future of debt free Workington Reds Football Club could be in doubt after three directors resigned this week.
The resignations will trigger an Extraordinary General Meeting to find new directors and investors.
Chairman Humphrey Dobie, Colin Doorbar and Thex Johnson handed in their resignations at last weeks Annual General Meeting.
However, they said they will carry on for the next two weeks until replacements can be found.
The club was laden with £100,000 debts in 1999- it is debt free at the moment but still struggles with running costs and falling attendance.
General Manager Alec Graham said:
"We could be in trouble but hopefully not, we need someone to come forward and take the club on."
Greg Abbott is in bullish mood ahead of United's visit to Sheffield.
Danny Livesey says Carlisle United need to start turning draws into wins.
Mark Gillespie may have made costly errors against Shrewsbury, but his manager says he will definitely play on Monday and United's players, staff and fans all have to stand by young players.
Shrewsbury goalkeeper Chris Weale fouled JP McGovern in the area on 68 minutes and Miller put United back on terms.
The game ended 2-2 but there was worse news for Carlisle with winger Matty Robson limping out of the game after only nine minutes with a suspected back problem